Ahmed al-Anzi – Repeat Sex Offender – Boy Raper Beheaded and Crucified

Saudi authorities beheaded and crucified a man convicted of brutally slaying an 11-year-old boy and his father, the Interior Ministry announced.

According to the statement issued by the ministry Friday, shop owner Ahmed al-Anzi molested the boy and then strangled him with a length of rope. He then stabbed the boy’s father to death when the man came looking for his son.

He hid both the bodies in his shop, the statement said, adding that al-Anzi threatened police with a knife when they came to arrest him.

Al-Anzi had previously been convicted of sodomy and owning pornographic films, a crime in conservative Saudi Arabia.

Crucifying the headless body in a public place is a way to set an example, according to the kingdom’s strict interpretation of Islam. Normally those convicted of rape, murder and drug trafficking in Saudi Arabia are just beheaded.

London-based rights group Amnesty International criticized al-Anzi’s execution and crucifixion.

“It is horrific that beheading and crucifixions still happen,” said Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui of Amnesty International in a statement Friday.

“King Abdullah should show true leadership and commute all death sentences if Saudi Arabia is to have any role to play as a global leader or member of the G20,” said Sahraoui.

According to an Associated Press count, Friday’s execution brought the number to 35 beheading this year in the kingdom. In 2008, 102 people were beheaded.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

America appears to be too lenient with repeat baby rapers

James L. Alsman – Repeat Sex Offender – Enabled by Wife


A preliminary charge of child molesting, a class C felony, was filed Tuesday in Greene Superior Court against convicted sex offender James L. Alsman of Linton and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

This is the second time Alsman has been accused of this same offense.

According to the probable cause affidavit written by Det. Duane Collenbaugh of the Linton Police Department, Alsman’s criminal history includes a conviction for child molesting, also as a class C felony, in Greene Superior Court on Oct. 17, 2003.

The investigation into the current allegation began last August when a man reported possible child molestation involving his children to LPD Officer Paul Clark. Clark turned the case over to the detective and caseworkers from Child Protective Services (CPS) also became involved.

The complaint was that Alsman had touched a small male child in an inappropriate manner.

Late in August, both Alsman and his girlfriend were both interviewed at the Linton Police Department by Det. Collenbaugh and a CPS caseworker.

The affidavit states that Alsman denied the accusation and said the person who reported it was just trying to get him in trouble because he was a convicted child molester.

His girlfriend, who has a baby together with Alsman, said Alsman had done his time, is an excellent father and the event could not have happened because Alsman had never been alone with the children in question and also not even with their own child.

At the time of the interview, Alsman agreed to take a polygraph test.

The investigation then became sidelined for awhile — the status of the CPS caseworker in charge of the case changed and the polygraph examination was delayed for several months due to some scheduling conflicts.

Then on April 1, Det. Collenbaugh drove Alsman to take a stipulated polygraph at the Indiana State Police Post in Jasper.

The affidavit states the most relevant questions asked on the polygraph concerned whether Alsman had ever touched the child’s penis for sexual gratification — he failed the test.

The child was also interviewed by the detective and a CPS worker. The affidavit says the child could identify his body parts and the members of his family and could confirm that Alsman had touched him and knew where it had happened — at a residence in Linton where Alsman was living at the time.

According to an earlier story in the archives of the Greene County Daily World, Alsman was 25-years-old and a resident of Marco when he was arrested in 2003 for child molesting. In that case, he was accused of touching a 5-year-old boy at a residence in Bloomfield.

Alsman is listed on the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender’s Registry — following his conviction, he was sentenced to the Department of Corrections, served his time then was released on Nov. 18, 2005. He is now 31 years old and is required to register through Nov. 18, 2015. The register lists a P.O. box in Sandborn as his address and a company in Bloomfield as his employer. It lists his alias as “Jimmy.”

Alsman was also arrested on March 17 of this year by LPD Officer Jayson Smith after an altercation at a residence in Linton. As a result, charges of intimidation, battery and battery resulting in bodily injury were filed against him in Greene Superior Court.

According to a police report on the incident, a male family member said Alsman was holding down his grandchild and he told Alsman to stop. An argument then started as Alsman became angry and started yelling and cussing. Alsman was accused of pushing the man in the chest knocking him over a table and onto the floor where he hit his head. Then as the argument continued, Alsman allegedly grabbed the man’s wife by the arms and threw her to the ground.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

Peter Zehmeister – Repeat Sex Offender – Pedophile begs to be castrated

A convicted pedophile who subjected six boys to months of horrific sexual abuse has asked to be castrated so he no longer feels the urge to attack children.

Ipswich man Peter Zehmeister, 48, was yesterday sentenced to nine-and-a-half years in jail for 34 offences, including multiple counts of sodomy and maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with two children.

He was previously convicted of sexually abusing children in 1995 and 2001. Defence barrister Steve Kissick said his client acknowledged that he was a dangerous sexual predator.

“He says he has uncontrollable sexual urges,” Mr Kissick said.

“He wants to be castrated – in fact he wants the court to make a specific order (that he be castrated).”

Judge Greg Koppenol told Zehmeister that Queensland law did not allow him to make an order for castration, but it is believed the offender plans to explore the possibility of chemical castration while he is behind bars.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

Anthony Mark Bianch – Repeat Sex Offender – Convicted BabyRaper

Bianch’s Attorney argued that treatment of children in Moldova culture is different from that in the United States.

“Holding a 15-year-old down and performing anal rape
is not acceptable in anybody’s culture”

In August 2007, a jury found Bianchi guilty of traveling to Moldova and Romania for sex with boys. Of the 10 victims who came to testify in the U.S., two were raped, three were sexually assaulted, two were molested and two were contacted by phone to set up a sexual encounter.

Anthony Mark Bianchi, a North Wildwood multimillionaire sex tourist, graded young boys he raped, molested or attempted to seduce in Eastern Europe, according to a notebook seized by authorities.

Bianchi, 46, even marked the ones who got away, writing “no” in his notebook, after his translator and pimp, Ion Gusin, procured only the poorest children of Romania and Moldova, where Gusin is serving 20 years.

Yesterday, during a 4 1/2 hour sentencing in federal court, Bianchi received the federal equivalent of his own grade when he was sentenced to 25 years in prison for being a sexual predator of boys.

U.S. District Judge Bruce Kauffman said that he would request that Bianchi – once treated for impotence – serve the time in a facility that treats sexual offenders.

In August 2007, a jury found Bianchi guilty of traveling to Moldova and Romania for sex with boys. Of the 10 victims who came to testify in the U.S., two were raped, three were sexually assaulted, two were molested and two were contacted by phone to set up a sexual encounter.

“We want to assure people abroad that we will hold our citizens accountable for sex crimes abroad,” said John Kelleghan, special agent-in-charge of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

ICE was tipped off to Bianchi’s sex activities before he reentered the United States in 2006.

Seeking a five-to-seven-year sentence, Bianchi’s attorney, Pat Harris, of the celebrity Los Angeles law firm Geragos & Geragos, argued that looking at child pornography of toddlers is “far worse than what he did.”

“Far worse than rape?” asked an incredulous Kauffman.

Harris argued that treatment of children in Moldova culture is different from that in the United States.

“Holding a 15-year-old down and performing anal rape is not acceptable in anybody’s culture,” newly named interim U.S. Attorney Michael Levy said outside the court.

“This was the worst case I’ve handled in terms of callousness and number of victims,” said Levy.

The judge could have given Bianchi 30 years, the top of the sentencing range.

Kauffman also ordered Bianchi to a lifetime of supervised release, fined him $50,000 and ordered him to pay restitution of $47,950.20, which would go toward two years of therapy for his sex-abuse victims.

The judge also allowed investigators to look into Bianchi’s finances, once tallied at $2.6 million, after he claimed that he was destitute.

The judge ruled that the Bureau of Prisons could place monitoring devices on computers he might use.

Once Bianchi is released, the judge ordered that he have one year of house arrest, wear an electronic monitoring device and maintain a phone accessible to the probation office.

The judge also placed other restrictions on him:

* No contact with anyone under 18 years-old;

* No volunteer work with minors;

* No access to the Internet;

* Provide authorities with his DNA;

* Register with the state sexual-offender registry.

In 2000, Bianchi received a three-year sentence in Russia for having illicit sex with boys age 10 to 13. The U.S. Embassy persuaded Russia to release him after three months due to prison conditions. *

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

Dr. Marcus Hodge – World Health Organization (WHO) Pedophile – Caught in the act


An Australian doctor working for the World Health Organization (WHO) who was detained for alleged child molestation in the Philippines is not covered by diplomatic immunity, the UN body said.

Marcus Hodge, 47, was arrested by police earlier this month while allegedly molesting a 12-year-old boy inside a parked car in Manila’s Makati financial district.

The WHO said in a statement that Hodge worked as a “programme development and operations officer” at its Western Pacific regional office in Manila.

“In order to clear up any misunderstanding, the WHO would like to point out that Dr Marcus Hodge currently detained in Manila on charges related to sexual offences against children does not have diplomatic immunity,” the WHO said.

Although the charges against Hodge do not directly involve the organisation, the WHO said it was prepared to “fully assist” authorities with their investigation.

Sexual exploitation of a person below 18 years of age is punishable by life imprisonment and a fine of up to five million pesos (105,374 US dollars) under a 2003 law.

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Ralph Hawker – Repeat Sex Offender – Pedophile Blame Gamer held in Civil Commitment

As the hearing came to a close, he took his lawyer’s advice and told the judge he would not testify on his own behalf.

Then he leaned over and whispered to Berry. Because he is almost deaf, his words were audible to everyone in the courtroom: “If I don’t go home, it’s your fault.”

He’s the state’s oldest living sexually violent predator, but who is the real Ralph Hawker?

To some, he’s an infirm World War II veteran who will turn 90 in September and uses a wheelchair because of the effects of diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, thyroid and heart disease.

To others, he is a pedophile who, despite his age, would continue to prey on young boys if given the opportunity.

“I don’t think anybody’s concerned about [Hawker] putting on his Nikes and running down the street chasing kids,” Palm Beach Circuit Judge Chuck Burton said at a court hearing May 18 to decide whether the convicted pedophile should be released from a civil commitment center where he has been locked up since 2000.

“But he’s stubborn as hell,” Burton said. “What do you do with somebody with an attitude like that?”

You leave him in Arcadia’s Florida Civil Commitment Center, Burton ruled Thursday.

“If he were in the company of a young teenage boy whom he deemed to be consenting to sexual activity, this Court has no doubt that Hawker would offer sexual gratification to the boy,” Burton wrote in his order. “He sees nothing wrong with it as long as the child had participated in some type of sexual activity previously.”

In 1988, Hawker was sentenced to 10 years of probation for molesting two pre-teen boys, one of them a relative.

Just before the sentence ended, Hawker violated the terms of his probation by being in the company of an unsupervised minor. He was imprisoned.

As his 2000 release date approached, the state began proceedings to have Hawker committed under Florida’s Jimmy Ryce Act. Since 1999, the Ryce Act has allowed the indefinite civil commitment of sex offenders after they have completed their prison terms.

In 2005, a Palm Beach County jury found Hawker to be a sexually violent predator — the required designation to commit someone to the center. He has been locked up there since then.

He is one of 677 residents at the center, according to state Department of Children & Families. He is the oldest resident, one of 25 men age 70 or older.

In a written statement to the Sun Sentinel, a facility spokesman said the center can accommodate its elderly residents, who are scattered among the general population.

Officials at the facility are considering developing a 20-bed unit for elderly residents with medical challenges, a criterion Hawker meets.

Assistant Public Defender Scott Berry and a Punta Gorda psychiatrist told the judge that although Hawker still might think sex between men and “consenting” young boys is acceptable, he is no longer physically able to act on his urges.

“A person in Mr. Hawker’s state should already be dead,” Berry argued, citing his client’s health problems.

However, prosecutor Robert Jaegers and a forensic psychologist disagreed. They said Hawker was cited with performing oral sex on another man in 2006.

According to testimony, Hawker has refused any sex offender treatment in the nine years he has been at the facility.

“He seems to think he should get a pass on all this behavior because he’s old,” psychologist Amy Swan testified.

Hawker wanted to move in with friends in South Carolina.

As the hearing came to a close, he took his lawyer’s advice and told the judge he would not testify on his own behalf.

Then he leaned over and whispered to Berry. Because he is almost deaf, his words were audible to everyone in the courtroom: “If I don’t go home, it’s your fault.”

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Randolph Rael – RAPED 4 year old boy – being released from prison


A Jacksonville man sent to prison for life in 1987 for raping a 4-year-old boy is set to go free by Monday.

Randolph Rael, 51, currently lodged in Buncombe Correctional Center in Asheville, was convicted of crimes against nature, taking indecent liberties with a child, and first-degree sex offense. He was remanded to the N.C. Department of Correction for the remainder of his life.

The Parole Commission sent a letter in mid-May to the Beaufort County District Attorney’s Office with notice of Rael’s approaching release. The letter was forwarded to Onslow County Chief Assistant District Attorney Ernie Lee.

“The actions of this defendant … are reprehensible,” Lee wrote in a letter to the Parole Commission objecting to Rael’s early release.

Lee wrote that he has “concerns for the safety of the public, particularly children, when sexual offenders are released.”

On July 4, 1986, Rael “showed the victim movies and magazines containing photos of naked men and women,” according to the court file. He forced the 4-year-old boy to perform oral sex on him, and then performed oral sex on the boy. Rael then raped the boy, court records state.

The boy told his mother what happened afterward and Rael was arrested after an investigation.

Rael has been paroled and is set to be released from prison before Monday, according to a letter from the N.C. Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission.

After his release, Rael will be “under the supervision of a parole officer through the division of community corrections,” according to the Parole Commission.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Billy Masters – Repeat Sex Offender

A preacher who is a convicted sex offender has been arrested on new sexual abuse charges, DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris said.

Billy Masters, 66, was charged this afternoon with first-degree sexual abuse following a five-month investigation, Harris said.

An incident involving Masters, a preacher at Harvest Baptist Church in the Kilpatrick area, was reported to Sheriff’s Department investigator Mary Waters in January, Harris said.
The victim in the incident was a male under the age of 12, who was a member of the church congregation.

Masters was convicted in 2001 for sodomy involving three male victims of similar age, Harris said.

Masters served time in prison and was released in 2007, when he registered as a sex offender with the Sheriff’s Office. His information was current at the time of his arrest.

A search at Masters’ home, which has a Boaz address but is in DeKalb County, was done about a month ago.

Masters’ computer was seized during that search, Harris said. However, it appeared the hard drive in the computer recently had been removed and a new one installed.

Masters was arrested at his home this afternoon without incident, Harris said.

He remains in the DeKalb County jail without bond. He also will face charges for violating his parole from the earlier conviction, Harris said.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Jack Louis Sporich – Repeat Sex Offender – Escaped Civil Confinement by legal maneuvers – Busted in Cambodia

The 74-year-old retired engineer appeared to have escaped his past, which included his classification as one of California’s most dangerous sex offenders, one who authorities suspect may have molested more than 500 young boys over the years.

He once complained that California had violated his civil rights by committing him to Atascadero for 39 months after he had completed his prison sentence.

Sporich’s case was highlighted in The Bee’s series, which revealed that it was far easier for offenders to win release from Atascadero by refusing treatment than by undergoing the lengthy treatment program designed to prevent them from reoffending.

Jack Louis Sporich was living an idyllic retirement, splitting his time between a luxury condo in Sedona, Ariz., and a sprawling home he was having built in a tourist mecca in Cambodia.

The 74-year-old retired engineer appeared to have escaped his past, which included his classification as one of California’s most dangerous sex offenders, one who authorities suspect may have molested more than 500 young boys over the years.

Now, officials say Sporich, who won his release from Atascadero State Hospital in May 2004 without spending a single day in treatment, may have reoffended.

He has been charged in Cambodia with indecent acts against minors in a case involving four young Cambodian boys, according to an official in Phnom Penh whose organization helped investigate Sporich.

Cambodian news accounts of his arrest indicate Sporich denied the allegations, which included the claim that he lured the children – ages 9 to 13 – to his home with toys and candies. The Cambodia Daily reported that he also attracted youngsters by dropping dollar bills in the street.

He was arrested Feb. 2 and remains in custody in the tourist town of Siem Reap, according to Seila Samleang, executive director of Action Pour Les Enfants-Cambodia.

APLE-Cambodia is a non-governmental organization that works closely with Cambodian police to target foreign pedophiles who exploit youngsters in that country, and Sporich had been under investigation by the group.

Samleang said in an e-mail to The Bee on Tuesday that the charges are misdemeanors punishable by a prison sentence of one to three years. Sexual exploitation of children has been a problem for years in Cambodia, where the age of consent is 15.

Todd Melnik, the defense attorney who won Sporich’s release from Atascadero, said he knew nothing of the Cambodia charges. An e-mail to Sporich this week seeking comment did not receive a response.

Sporich is no stranger to charges of sex with children.

He spent nine years in prison after his conviction in Ventura County on seven counts of lewd acts upon children under 14. Then, he was committed to Atascadero State Hospital as a “sexually violent predator” deemed too dangerous to be released upon completion of his sentence.

David Lehr, a Ventura County defense attorney who originally prosecuted Sporich, said he may have had as many as 500 victims, and that he typically befriended boys through their parents and offered to take them on camping trips.

The parents frequently would pay Sporich for his gas and the time he spent on the trips, Lehr said last week.

“If I had to pick from a list of former and current SVPs, he would be, by far, the first one I would be most concerned about,” Lehr said in an interview for a 2006 series of stories in The Bee about sexually violent predators.

Sporich was released from Atascadero in May 2004, after two juries were unable to agree on whether he would re-offend, and he immediately moved to Arizona, where the only requirement he faced was that he register as a sex offender once a year.

He is not listed on the current sex offender registry maintained by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

Sporich’s case was highlighted in The Bee’s series, which revealed that it was far easier for offenders to win release from Atascadero by refusing treatment than by undergoing the lengthy treatment program designed to prevent them from reoffending.

Since the treatment program began 13 years ago, 17 offenders have won release by undergoing all or some of the required programs, and none has reoffended, the state says.

By contrast, 155 others – including Sporich – have been released through court orders.

After The Bee’s series, lawmakers introduced a number of proposed improvements to the system and voters later that year overwhelmingly approved Proposition 83.

That measure increased prison sentences for habitual and violent offenders and did away with the requirement that sexually violent predators be allowed a trial every two years. Instead, they now can petition annually for a hearing, but the burden of proof is on them to convince a court they no longer pose a threat.

In an interview for The Bee’s 2006 series, Sporich said he felt remorse for his actions and complained that California had violated his civil rights by committing him to Atascadero for 39 months after he had completed his prison sentence.

He also boasted of his photographic excursions to Southeast Asia, and showed off a photo on the wall of his Sedona condo of the bare bottom of a preschool-aged boy urinating in public.

Family members say that in recent years Sporich married a 23-year-old Southeast Asian woman with several small children and that he had begun building a large home in Cambodia.

June Caine, Sporich’s older sister, said he met the woman, a waitress, overseas after leaving her a $100 tip. Caine said the family had known for years of Sporich’s past and had hoped he would seek treatment.

“I don’t want him out anymore,” she said. “I think he’s sick, and he’s never going to get well. I don’t want this to go on.”

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

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Dan Deleon Flores – Repeat Sex Offender – Baby Raper


A 56-year-old man is behind bars, accused of sodomizing a child.

In the mid-1990s, Dan Deleon Flores was accused of a similar crime, served time in jail, but never registered as a sex offender.

Humble police have arrested an Humble man who has already served time for sexually abusing a five-year-old boy more than a decade ago. On Wednesday he was arrested for a second time, but only after becoming a leader in a local church.

The light in Dan DeLeon Flores’ Humble apartment is out. His jeep sits in its usual spot. Flores was arrested around 10:30am Wednesday for allegedly sexually abusing a nine-year-old on at least two occasions.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

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